Health Safety Notification

Due to COVID-19 and per CDC guidelines, we are seeing patients on a modified schedule. Patients are required to wear a mask or face covering while in clinic. Unfortunately due to the PPE shortage, EANW cannot provide masks to patients. Upon arrival to the clinic, you will be asked if you have experienced a fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, and/or sudden loss of taste or smell within the past 14 days. We will also take your temperature. All visitors will be asked to wait in the car, unless they are needed for the appointment (caregiver, interpreter, etc.).

Specialties

Our team of ophthalmologists and optometrists provide the best comprehensive eye care.

Adult Strabismus

A visual disorder in which the eyes do not properly align with each other when looking at an object

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Cataract Surgery

A clouding of the eye lens as a result of tissue breakdown and protein clumping

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Cornea

The clear front part of the eye that covers the iris, pupil, and the eye chamber

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Diabetic Eye Disease

Eye problems that can affect people with diabetes, including diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, and glaucoma

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Dry Eye Disease

A condition where the eyes do not produce enough tears, or produce the right type of tears

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Facial Aesthetic

Non-surgical and surgical treatments including Botox, fillers, eyelid surgery, skin cancer reconstruction, and facial trauma

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Glaucoma

A condition of increased pressure within the eye, which can result in gradual loss of sight

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LASIK

Laser-assisted eye surgery to change the shape of the cornea in order to reduce or eliminate the need for corrective lenses

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Pediatrics

Our pediatric ophthalmologist will meet your child's every day eye care needs, as well as complex eye conditions and disorders

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Retina

The nerve layer that lines the back of the eye, senses light and turns it into signals for image data for your brain

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